Group Horse Daily

Daily: Inside Info Made Easy

I created Group Horse to help horse racing fans pinpointing the best two-year-olds in training. You will not find more comprehensive information. It gives real opportunity to access the dark horses of racing which trainers would rather you didn't know.

- Jason Coote

The Next Frankel

How many times have you read in the media that a smart debut winner had been flying up the gallops?

Too many.

The problem is that you only hear a trainer had been singing the praises after it had landed a gamble or it's heading to Royal Ascot.

''It's Group Class!''

In fact, it's the best horse they ever trained!

Consider for a moment what you could do with that privileged information if only you had known before it set hoof on track.

Well, that's what we are going to offer you today.

Throughout the Flat turf season, Group Horse can be used as a powerful tool helping pinpoint the best unraced and lightly raced two-year-old horses in training. In fact, it can be used to identify three-year-old the following season. If you enjoyed Steve Taplin's Two-year-olds then this is worthy of your time. The advantage we have is that we detail the top trainers' two-year-olds on a daily basis. In a sport of changing fortunes, it pays to have current information - books are good but outdated instantly they are in print.

Just imagine if you knew the best horses in training before the crowd. Insight is akin to seeing through the trainer's eyes. How confident would you feel betting on a horse the trainer thinks has star quality?

I can tell you nothing beats the excitement of knowing a talented, yet unraced, and seeing it entered for a race. You feel part of the horse's story let alone expecting an impressive run.

That's the privilege you gain with Group Horse.

Group Horse Daily gives beginners as well as seasoned professionals a new perspective on racing. In fact, it's a real eye-opener to what can be achieved. It may be the difference between winning and losing.

It's like having Charlie Appleby on speed dial.

No, it's better than that, it's like having every horse trainer on speed dial. Remember, this information is our assessment but the trainers.


Name any talented horse you admired over the years. It's very likely we knew it had ability before it raced.

What is this information worth to you?

A horse like Frankel doesn't come along very often. He didn't escape us - the pride and joy of Sir Henry Cecil. It's brilliant to see so many of Frankel's offspring on this year's list.

Truly talented horses are literally ''catching pigeons on the gallops'' and primed to make their debut. Can you afford to read about their wins a day too late?

By subscribing to our 10 Dark Horse Mailing you will learn what top trainers think about their talented two-year-olds.

Good luck.